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Morgan Stevens

Morgan Stevens is devoting her time to helping others in need.

The 2022 Coupeville High School grad is the latest in a string of former Wolves who have stepped up and embraced the first responder life.

Stevens, who played basketball and softball at CHS, is following in the footsteps of her parents, Brent and Kristi – a firefighter and ER nurse, respectively.

Morgan recently landed a job as an EMT with Northwest Ambulance Critical Care Transport.

She starts April 24, with a week of new hire training, followed by field training.

After that, Stevens will work three 12–14-hour shifts per week while being stationed in Everett.

Her new company also has stations in Mountlake Terrace and Burlington, and she hopes to work her way back closer to Whidbey if a fulltime position opens at the latter.

For now, the former Wolf is sky-high about her new direction in life.

“It’s been a long process getting my license, but I am SO excited to finally get to use it!!,” Stevens said.

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Lily Leedy is one of 54 Coupeville High School seniors scheduled to graduate Saturday. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Forever linked.

Coupeville High School’s latest graduating seniors will make the final walk this Saturday, June 11, with a ceremony starting at 1 PM at Mickey Clark Field.

After that they’ll head out into the world to begin new lives, while always remaining a part of Wolf Nation.

As they get ready, we present the internet debut of the list of 54 students scheduled to snag their diplomas.


CHS Class of 2022:

Emily Anderson-Gaskill
Andrew Aparicio
Drey Bartel
Jeimhel Boer
Aiden Burdge
Cecilia Camarena-Barajas
Jonathan Carroll
Brian Casey
Kim Castro Sotelo
Noelle Daigneault
Miles Davidson
Yiorgia Driscoll
Brawn Gadberry
Tony Garcia
Jaden Goodrich
Marin Hadsall
Ja’Kenya Hoskins
Violette Huegerich
Cole Hutchinson
Jake Jarrell
Kristina Jones
Anya Leavell
Lily Leedy
Kathryn Lockwood
Logan Martin
Sophie Martin
Samara Maund
Katelin McCormick
Caleb Meyer
Abigail Meyers
Alana Mihill
Mary Milnes
Abby Mulholland
Xavier Murdy
Leni Raduenz
Grady Rickner
Cody Roberts
Lucy Sad
Lucas Salazar
Audrianna Shaw
Mckenna Somes
Damon Stadler
Morgan Stevens
Samantha Streitler
Ian Sylvester
Amanda Thomas
Svetlana Vanina
Kylie Van Velkinburgh
Bella Velasco
Angelo Vierne
Izzy Wells
Bella Williams
Hawthorne Wolfe
Eryn Wood

Bella Velasco (left) and Samantha Streitler

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Morgan Stevens looks for an open teammate. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

The young woman you sponsor today could be the first responder who makes a positive impact tomorrow.

Coupeville High School junior Morgan Stevens, a top scholar and athlete, has her heart set on attending fire academy.

“My dream is to become a firefighter to help serve and protect people,” she said.

Morgan, whose mother Kristi is a nurse at WhidbeyHealth, has launched a GoFundMe to help raise the money needed to fulfill the first major step on her path to becoming a first responder.

If you’re interested in helping a smart, talented, hardworking young woman achieve her destiny, pop over to:

Fundraiser by Morgan Stevens : Help Morgan go to firefighters academy (gofundme.com)

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Chelsea Prescott powers to the hoop for another bucket. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Morgan Stevens leads the charge up-court.

Hannah Davidson looks for a little help.

Flying past her defender, Anya Leavell heads in for a quick two.

Backed up by Audrianna Shaw, sophomore Ivy Leedy looks for an open teammate.

Fab frosh Kylie Van Velkinburgh hangs out with dad Dustin.

The power of the braid compels you. Lindsey Roberts easily out-leaps a rival player to win the opening tip.

Scout Smith makes it rain.

Call it spring cleaning or call it a photo dump.

Either way, I’m reaching into the pile of pics John Fisken shot this basketball season and shaking out ones I haven’t used.

A mix of varsity and JV action, they’ll remind you of a time when you could actually walk out your door and make it down to the CHS gym.

You know, back before we entered a new ice age and all life came to a screeching halt.

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Brayden Coatney gets ready to let a free throw fly. (Photos by JohnsPhotos.net)

Having yanked down a rebound, Morgan Stevens dares anyone to be foolish enough to try and take it away from her.

Keeping the ball well away from his defender, Ben Smith waits for a teammate to get open.

Wolf varsity stars (l to r) Tia Wurzrainer, Scout Smith, and Avalon Renninger rule the roost while shooting game film of their JV counterparts.

Andrew Aparicio stands tall.

The power of the braids compels you. Mollie Bailey launches a pass which seconds later turned into an Izzy Wells bucket.

Chris Cernick goes hard to the hoop.

Alana Mihill (right), who netted her first high school three-ball Monday, debates her options.

There were no school classes Monday in Coupeville, but plenty of activity still raged around the high school.

The Wolf girls JV and boys C-Team basketballs quads welcomed Oak Harbor to town for holiday games, and wanderin’ paparazzi John Fisken came along for the trip.

The pics above are courtesy him.

To see everything Fisken shot while camped in the CHS gym, pop over to:





When you do, remember purchases help fund scholarships for deserving CHS senior student/athletes.

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